Juliette restaurant by Romain Thiry, Liege – Belgium

February 3rd, 2018 by retail design blog

Between sandwiches and coffee, Juliette met the honor of healthy and delicious products, with ease. A unique concept that deserved a unique layout. How to give an identity to a place that does not yet exist and whose concept continues to mature? In close collaboration with the graphic studio Signes du Quotidien, we defined step by step the contours of this new space.

The hanging garden which dresses the ceiling gives a particular cachet to this place. The brick wall, the tone on tone and the use of black and white reflect the simplicity of the kitchen in the layout.

Deign: Romain Thiry
Photography: Michael RADI

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One thought on “Juliette restaurant by Romain Thiry, Liege – Belgium

  1. chloe walsh says:

    Hi i am after revamping my front counter, im after fridges and a counter , is this something youd do/
    Thanks Chloe

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